Violet Grey unveils the mystery of skincare products encouraging experimentation but possibly beauty addiction.
Violet Grey showed up in my inbox one day a few years ago. It is an online publication dedicated to unraveling the mystery of beauty products. At least to me they are a mystery. I never know which ones are good and actually effective. I don’t like to take chances with products, expensive as they are. The site tests a multitude of products and only recommends the ones that receive approval from their knowledgable staff. A “how to use” description accompanies each item.
Violet Grey has one store. It is extremely chic. A small jewel box in a lovely area on Melrose in Los Angeles. The orange doors open to a small foyer where one can go left to purchase products or right to have makeup applied.
The products are neatly displayed in this elegant living room as expensive accessories would be in a high-end store.
The makeup studio has natural light pouring in perfect for the application of products. A large round mirror separates the room so two clients can be attended to simultaneously. The space is efficient while being artsy and creative. Studio Sofield designed the store beautifully.
Seeing the beautiful glowing skin and natural looking makeup of VG makeup artist, Marisa Anhaltzer, inspired me to have my makeup done. Marisa must have used 15 products on my face yet the end result looked minimal. Back in Orlando, I keep up with the Marisa’s current favorite products through her Instagram account. Seeing her beautiful skin makes one want to try every single one. This is where the addiction part comes in.
While I am old enough to find actions prettier than faces, I am still young enough to want that pretty face. Violet Grey has everything you could want to try to achieve that second shallower goal.
For wanting a pretty house, Casa V can help you achieve that goal.